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  • Stanford Will Augment Its Study Finding that AI Legal Research Tools Hallucinate in 17% of Queries, As Some Raise Questions About the Results

    Stanford University released a study on generative AI legal research tools from LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters, finding that they deliver hallucinated results more often than claimed. The study has faced criticism for comparing different products and not testing one of Thomson Reuters’ AI platforms. Thomson Reuters has now made the product available to the researchers, […]

  • Artificial intelligence used to replicate Brown v. Board of Education oral arguments

    Brown v. Board of Education was decided 70 years ago. There are no existing audio recordings of the arguments in which Thurgood Marshall, the then-NAACP chief counsel, opposed school segregation, nor are there recordings of Chief Justice Earl Warren reading the opinion from the bench. Jerry Goldman, the founder of Oyez, utilised AI to replicate […]

  • The Next Frontier: AI Easy For Lawyers To Really Build

    While the AI world navigates the intellectual property infringement KLoBot Inc. has integrated artificial intelligence into the legal workflow and the introduction of KLapper, a no-code bot builder. Operating within Microsoft Azure, Klapper can assist with legal research, provide document summaries, and streamline mundane tasks such as creating service tickets and logging billable hours. KLapper […]

  • Solo and Small Firms Plan to Adopt AI More Quickly than Larger Firms, But Not Fast Enough for Clients, Clio Survey Finds

    The 2024 Legal Trends for Solo and Small Firms report by Clio indicates that solo and small firm lawyers are more open to adopting AI compared to their larger-firm counterparts. The report also highlights that clients are even more enthusiastic about AI, believing it can result in more affordable and higher quality legal services. Additionally, […]


    The guidelines for using AI in litigation in the Supreme Court of Victoria emphasise the importance of understanding AI limitations, ensuring privacy and confidentiality, avoiding misleading other participants, disclosing the use of AI programs, exercising professional judgment in reviewing AI-generated text, using specialised legal AI tools, and checking that AI-generated text is current, accurate, and […]

  • Chief Justice Andrew Bell flags generative AI as major challenge for justice system as Supreme Court of NSW celebrates bicentenary

    The Chief Justice of Australia’s oldest court, the Supreme Court of NSW, highlighted generative AI as a significant challenge to the justice system. He discussed the potential impact of AI on evidence admissibility, fraud, expert reports, and legal education.  The use of AI in the legal field requires caution and responsibility, and legal organisations are developing […]

  • Superhuman?

    Despite their flaws, tests and benchmarks still demonstrate the rapid advancements in AI capabilities. It is uncertain how long co-intelligence will prevail over independently operating AI agents, as in certain areas, such as diagnosing complex diseases, incorporating human judgment seems to diminish decision-making ability compared to AI alone. Comprehensive benchmarks established by experts across various […]

  • Uncover Launches AI-Driven Case Assistant for Legal Search, Q&A

    Uncover, a Dutch startup, has introduced an AI assistant for legal research and document analysis. The AI utilizes vector search and large language models to understand legal language and simplify document examination. Its features include automatic document categorization, AI-powered document summarization, and the Uncover Case Assistant for specific cases. The integration of generative AI in […]

  • Can AI Help Find Untapped Revenue? Orgaimi + Faegre Drinker Believe So

    Orgaimi is a startup focusing on legal tech and fintech, using AI and data science to analyse client data and identify untapped revenue opportunities. They recently partnered with the US law firm Faegre Drinker to help evaluate services provided to clients and predict client needs. One case study on their website describes how they helped […]

  • Scottish AI startup raises £6m for bespoke LLMs

    Malted, a startup based in Edinburgh, has secured £6 million in funding to transform large language models (LLMs) into specialized smaller models tailored for businesses. The company collaborates with clients to condense the output of LLMs into smaller models customized for specific purposes, offering a more targeted and cost-efficient service. They are currently testing their […]